Unit Affiliation: Ocean and Climate Physics, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (LDEO)
SWOT is designed to measure sea-surface height (SSH) . However, its value to the oceanography community depends on our ability to infer SSH-adjacent quantities related to ocean transport. Our team’s overarching goal is to develop robust techniques for inferring ocean transport from SWOT measurements. We concentrate on two main aspects of transport: lateral velocities near the surface and vertical fluxes of tracers in the upper ocean.
A Time Series of Sea Surface Nitrate and Nitrate Based New Production in the Global Oceans
ACToday (Adapting Agriculture to Climate Today, for Tomorrow)
Building Analytical Capacity for Rapid Financial Response to Floods
Climate Decision Support in the Gulf States: Assessing the Impacts of Key Uncertainties in End-to-End Assessments